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The Big Door to display beachwear inspired by royal prints
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The Big Door, the house of Heritage, Jewels and Collectibles inspired from the fantastic Indian Art, is renowned for inducing the richness of the past to every door. Experience the flavor of ethnicity starting 18th to 23rd April as The Big Door hosts ‘The Grand Trunk Show’ showcasing an exclusive line by designer duo Rohit and Abhishek, Couture by Takshila, Imperial Wrist wear by Jaipur Watch Company and an exquisite collection of Beachwear inspired by Royal Indian prints all under one roof.
 
The designer duo Rohit & Abhishek who are known for their invincible style in exotic Indian designs will be showcasing yet another royal -assorted collection named “Rustic Luxury’ featuring Fusion Nehru Jackets in new avatar, Hunting Safaris serving as Cool Jackets, Slim Fit Breeches and Jodhpuris with Tie and Dye Linen Shirts and more stirred in linen, velvet and satin inspired from the regal Indian heritage.
 
Delicate Hand Embroidery is a forte at "Takshila" whose inspirations arise from the ancient and magnificent Rajput and Mughal era.  The art of fine Gota work, Dori work and Zardozi work come alive in the form of dhoti sarees, lehengas, kurtas and jackets in vibrant hues.
 
With careful deliberation and personally handpicked antique coins, Jaipur Watch Company will showcase Imperial Wrist wear range. The collection comprises of watches made in coins from the 1940's featuring The King George VI (1939-1945) Silver Coins etc. 
 
The Bespoke beachwear collection embraces clean cut silhouettes comprising of bikinis, maillots, monokinis, cover ups and co ordinates with prints in exotic flowers, Indian Mughal illustrations, Persian motifs and Rajasthani Art. 
 

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